Social Intelligence Test

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Lcs, May 15, 2017.

  1. MadKiyo

    MadKiyo Villainous Fly

    32. Probably would have been higher if I had known one of the adjectives they used.

    I have observed a lot despite not being much of a talker. I'm a one way street unless what we socialize about is interesting for both. Otherwise I do a lot of listening and looking and that's how I've learned to understand people without saying a word.
  2. jan69

    jan69 New Member

    So what's the average score for this test?
  3. Lcs

    Lcs Well-Known Member

    Supposedly the average is between 26 and 28.
  4. Puffinca

    Puffinca New Member


    But I'm generally a pretty social person (even if I do use this site lmao) so I'd be surprised if I didn't score fairly high.

    But also, you have to think about the kind of people that would come across an online social intelligence test. The sample probably isn't accurate at all for the ACTUAL population.
  5. Lcs

    Lcs Well-Known Member

    Not necessarily. The averages I listed were based off of studies, so unless the methodology was flawed, they're probably still relatively accurate.

    That said, one thing I did notice is that the sample size used to determine the autism average was very small. Also, there were some papers criticising the test as being inconsistent.
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  6. Puffinca

    Puffinca New Member

    Could be, who knows.
  7. Tezzy Fur

    Tezzy Fur Active Member

    23, erm, OK..... Mind you, my there have been signs of high fuctioningautism in Some of my family members. You know, I'll try it again...Right, 21 this time. Funny, I always thought I was good at judging emotions. Frowny face :)
  8. Activoid

    Activoid Ace Artist

    I got 26/36, neat. Also pretty good considering I have some disabilities that make facial recognition very difficult. Kinda proud of myself, actually.
  9. Arcturus Maple

    Arcturus Maple Enigmatic Anomaly

    Is 5 bad?
  10. Lcs

    Lcs Well-Known Member

    In a study with about 700 people, no one got a score below 17.

    That said, there are many factors that affect your results. For example, younger people, females and those without mental disabilities tend to perform better. Also, those who have better quality screens, who are not fatigued and understand the words used in the test often gain better results. Of course, this test can be inconsistent at times, so I wouldn't worry too much.
  11. AsheSkyler

    AsheSkyler Feathered Jester

    I've always scored 30+ on eye expression tests. Which is kind of funny considering my facial recognition can be a bit iffy, like not recognizing one of my aunts that visits frequently. :p

    I have no official neurological or psychological diagnosis by any kind of paid professional, even though I was diagnosed by a person with a degree in psychology studying various neurological fields such as autism and schizophrenia with an intent to make a career of it, so I don't matter to the diagnosis elitists. I may get a few of the more pressing components evaluated as soon as I can afford them, like the dang sensory issues, but for the most part I don't care if I ever get properly evaluated to see what spectrum I'm supposed to be on and how bad.
  12. ebbingRose

    ebbingRose Guest

    17/36. Looking at the other scores.. Erm, yikes.
  13. Saiko

    Saiko GTWT Survivor

    I got a 24 and landed smack in the middle of the gray area lol. I often don't pay much attention to people's eyes, so this doesn't surprise me all that much.
  14. MsRavage

    MsRavage Hello!

    oh man...i got 23 out of 36...i always thought i was a great reader of emotion....but i scored less than 86% of people who took that....
  15. AustinB

    AustinB Active Member

    I don't need to take a social intelligence test to realize I'm a complete social wreck
  16. Liam The Red

    Liam The Red "Dad" Fox

    I scored a 28/36. Not bad I guess.
  17. kidchameleon

    kidchameleon Active Member

    Your score is 30 out of 36.
    Your score is lower than 26% of all participants.

    Test seemed kind of terrible to me. There were very few photos that actually seemed to be completely distinct, and in most cases the words attached to them were too similar. Quality of the pictures wasn't great either, but it killed a few moments so that was something I guess... :rolleyes:

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